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Haiti - Crisis : The OIF in Haiti in search of a lasting solution
This delegation is made up of Professor Théodore Holo, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Benin, the Director of Political Affairs and Democratic Governance of the OIF, Antoine Michon, the Representative of the OIF for the Caribbean and Latin America, Emmanuel Adjovi, Saïdou Kane, also from the Directorate of Political Affairs and Democratic Governance and Ms. Alexandra Lepeltier, consultant.
By deploying this mission, La Francophonie (which brings together 88 member states, on 5 continents), shows its willingness to stand alongside Haiti, a member of the Organization since its creation in 1970.
This mission is in line with the mandate of the OIF, which aims in particular to contribute to the consolidation of the rule of law, democracy and human rights as well as to prevent crises and conflicts in the most vulnerable member countries.
In Haiti, La Francophonie is mobilizing in order to contribute, with national actors and in conjunction with Haiti's other partners, to a lasting settlement to the political and institutional crisis.
This Delegation is responsible for initiating in-depth consultations with all parties involved in the crisis. It is a listening mission which should make it possible to better understand the situation and to consider, with all Haitian actors, the methods of support by the Francophonie to promote a peaceful political life, as well as to preserve peace and the democracy.
During its stay, the delegation will meet the national authorities, the heads of several institutions, the representatives of the various political movements, as well as many civil society actors.
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